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J. GRADY RANDOLPH: Cdl A Truck Driver / Start At $. 50 Cpm / Free Healthcare

J. Grady Randolph

This is a Contract position in Shannon Hills Farms, VA posted May 2, 2021.

No flatbed experience? No problem. If you are willing to haul flatbed, we will train you. Benefits of Driving for JGR: Competitive pay starting at .50 per mile and .55+ per mile for oversize Free healthcare through Blue Cross Blue Shield 401k retirement available with company match Majority of loads do not require tarping Extra pay for tarp, detention, and breakdown time Regional routes stay on the road 4-6 nights per week OTR routes stay on the road 10-14 days at a time One week paid vacation after first year Optional driver wellness and chaplain services Safety and fuel bonus Driver of the month/year awards DOT inspection bonus Our Trucks We operate late model Peterbilt, Kenworth, and International trucks. Many JGR trucks include: Qualcomm Electronic Logs APU for in-cab climate control Inverter to power your accessories Refrigerator JGR Driver Qualifications: Must have a valid CDL A At least 1 year of professional driving experience in the last 3 years or at least 2 years in the last 5 years Must be willing to run a flatbed trailer A customer-focused mentality About Us: J. GRADY RANDOLPH, INC. SPECIALIZES IN THE HEAVY HAUL SECTOR OF THE TRUCKING INDUSTRY. We provide our customers with the same benefits of having their own fleet, but without the liability risk, added personnel, and other costs a company fleet entails. J. Grady Randolph strives to create a partnership in transportation with our employees, customers, and vendors. Our fleet is composed of over 150 company-owned units, along with a dedicated group of owner operators and over 600 trailers (that s a trailer to tractor ratio of 4:1). We employ more than 200 hardworking staff and drivers, who stick with us much longer than the heavy haul industry average.